"War" as written by Felix Major Buxton, Simon Ratcliffe and Ezra Townsend....
In the morning 'bout three or so
Can't stop thinking about what I know
In the morning 'bout three or so
Can't stop thinking of the universe

I keep rocking, I keep rolling
Trade in the minute for a minute that isn't there
Keep dropping, keep rolling
Put out the fire with the water
Thinking creosote

I the morning with a beat up bud I know
I can't fight a war without losing blood

In the morning 'bout three or so
Can't stop seeking what I need to know
God is in the mountain as is in the rock
And god is not concerned about keeping stock

So keep rocking, keep rolling
Trade in the minute for a minute that isn't there
Keep dropping, keep rolling
Put out the fire with the water
Thinking creosote

All he ever wanted was to be alone
But you can't feel love without being loved

(Can't fight a war without losing blood)
(Blood, blood, blood)
All we ever wanted was love
Love!
We can see the enemy, they say
Hey! we don't want your war
It's quite nice, white light, it's quite, it's quite extraordinary!
Window! It's a window! It's white! It's quiet, quiet
God, quiet! Just a little bit of quiet please

Just stop the noise for once, please


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"War" as written by Felix Major Buxton Ezra Townsend

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    General CommentSounds to me like someone battling with their self. Avoiding conflict, but not living any rewarding experiences and knowing that in order to get those experiences (love, trust, religion, whatever) he would have to get his hands dirty so to speak. To me, the advice of the song tells us to keep moving forward. Realize that you're going to make mistakes. Shit happens, keep moving.
    Skajaquadaon November 06, 2007   Link

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